On 19 January 2018 at 20:39, Victor Stinner <victor.stinner@gmail.com> wrote:
2018-01-19 11:28 GMT+01:00 Stefan Behnel <stefan_ml@behnel.de>:
> That suggests adding Django 2 as a new Py3-only benchmark.

Again, the practical issue is to install Django 2 and Django 1.11 in
the same virtual environment. I'm not sure that it's doable.

I would prefer to not have to create a different virtualenv for
Python3-only dependencies.

I needed to release quickly a bugfix release, fix --track-memory,
feature asked by Xiang Zhang, so I released performance 0.6.1 which
only updated Django from 1.11.3 to 1.11.9.

Or we need to redesign how performance install dependencies, but
that's a larger project :-)

It may be worth looking at using pew to set up a separate virtual environment for each benchmark, but then use `pew add` to share common components (like perf itself) between them. That way you won't have conflicting dependencies between benchmarks (since they'll be in separate venvs), without having to duplicate *all* the common components.


Nick Coghlan   |   ncoghlan@gmail.com   |   Brisbane, Australia